Environment

Forest activists have blocked the main access road leading to the Forestry Corporation of NSW headquarters, urging Chris Minns to protect endangered species. Kerry Smith reports.

Students are angry that governments have not taken action on climate

Hundreds of school students marched to environment minister Tanya Plibersek’s office in Gadi/Sydney to oppose Labor’s continued support for coal and gas projects, reports Aneesa Bhamjee

Fukushima dumping protest

TEPCO began its third discharge of treated Fukushima radioactive wastewater into the Pacific Ocean, reports Peter Boyle.

Scientists have criticised Australia for continuing to approve fossil fuels. As Labor does not listen, students need to stand up, a climate striker said after disrupting parliament. Chloe DS reports.

Pushing back against the power of the fossil fuel companies, First Nations and climate activists are determined to protect the unique Exmouth Gulf. Leo Earle reports.

Join students striking for the climate on November 17. 

Lock the Gate Alliance has launched a new group to campaign against the pipeline of coal projects in NSW. Jim McIlroy reports.

New research suggests that with the present approach, global warming will exceed 1.5°C in the 2020s and 2°C before 2050. But it is never too late to fight, argues Alex Bainbridge.

The Central Australian Frack Free Alliance is suing the Northern Territory environment minister over a decision to allow Texan gas company Tamboran to drill and frack 12 exploratory wells in the NT. Stephen W Enciso reports.

Residents across the inner west showed their support for changes to the New South Wales Local Government Act, which would respect residents views on council demergers. Pip Hinman reports.

Disrupt Burrup Hub activists protest the ABC

The ABC should not help criminalise activists by handing over footage to the police, argues Isaac Nellist.

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There are some very straight-forward solutions to ease the sustained cost-of-living crisis, as Peter Boyle outlines. But they require a redirection of public funds away from the corporate profits-first agendas of the major parties.